Monthly Archives: March 2018

Breaking Down Barriers to Access the Profession – Katie Murphy

This week’s post was contributed by Katie, a current ARM student, who suggests different routes into the heritage profession besides than the usual formal university-level education as a means of making the profession more inclusive.

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Breaking Down Barriers to Access the Profession – Katie Murphy

This week’s post was contributed by Katie, a current ARM student, who suggests different routes into the heritage profession besides than the usual formal university-level education as a means of making the profession more inclusive.

Misadventures in Parish Magazines – Rosie Denton

This week’s post is from Rosie, an Archives Trainee at the Borthwick Institute. Here, she writes about an interesting project involving 150-years worth of parish magazines.

Misadventures in Parish Magazines – Rosie Denton

This week’s post is from Rosie, an Archives Trainee at the Borthwick Institute. Here, she writes about an interesting project involving 150-years worth of parish magazines.

More Experience Required: The Trials and Tribulations of a New Professional – Anouska Lester

To be told you “don’t have enough experience” when being turned down for jobs is demoralising and frustrating, as many of us can relate. In this insightful post, Anouska Lester from Milton Keynes writes about what she’s doing to combat this.

More Experience Required: The Trials and Tribulations of a New Professional – Anouska Lester

To be told you “don’t have enough experience” when being turned down for jobs is demoralising and frustrating, as many of us can relate. In this insightful post, Anouska Lester from Milton Keynes writes about what she’s doing to combat this.